Which is correct:
"I would be really grateful " or "I would be grateful "?

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I would be really grateful

This phrase is correct and commonly used to express a high level of gratitude.

This phrase is used to convey a strong sense of appreciation for something. It emphasizes a deep feeling of thankfulness.

Alternatives:

  • I would be extremely grateful
  • I would be immensely grateful
  • I would be very grateful

I would be grateful

This phrase is correct and commonly used to express gratitude.

This phrase is used to express appreciation for something. It conveys a sense of thankfulness.

Alternatives:

  • I would be thankful
  • I would appreciate it
  • I would be obliged
Both phrases are correct, but they convey slightly different levels of gratitude. "I would be really grateful" expresses a higher level of gratitude compared to "I would be grateful." The addition of "really" intensifies the feeling of appreciation.

Last updated: March 19, 2024

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